LInC helps early- and mid-career faculty cross traditional boundaries, and collaborate with other researchers as well as networks of stakeholders on complex sustainability challenges. The program steeps early- and mid-career faculty in collective leadership , an approach that inverts traditional academic norms of one-way knowledge sharing.
Through a 3-day cohort retreat and recurring meetings, LInC creates an environment that allows fellows to :
- Deepen awareness of individual leadership style, identify areas for growth and development and create sustaining practices.
- Learn how to engage a group of people, and think together by asking questions and initiating dialogue.
- Use a framework and tools to diagnose and design systems that inspire innovative, creative and collaborative research projects.
- Create a personal development plan to practice leadership tools, and use them in a range of collaborations.
For more information about the program, read our fact sheet or contact LInC Director Margaret Krebs at mkrebs [at] stanford.edu.
Read about our 2018 launch and cohort of fellows .
Learn more about Collective Leadership in The Art and Science of Collaboration .